The Texas Rangers have lost the leading candidate to be their No. 5 starter for at least a month.
Chad Rasmussen scored 13 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead Seattle to its first conference win of the season, 61-44 over cold-shooting Texas-Arlington on Thursday night.
Hostess Brands Inc. is permanently closing three bakeries following a nationwide strike by its bakers union.
Home prices rose in nearly all U.S. cities last month, the latest evidence of a steady recovery in housing.
Amazon.com Inc. says it’s hiring 50,000 temporary workers at order-fulfillment centers across the U.S. this holiday season.
Starbucks said that it will start selling its new single-serve brewer online this week for $199. The machine will then be rolled out in its ubiquitous cafes beginning next month.
Dallas was served neither delicacy in the 27-7 loss to the Seahawks, a game essentially decided when Seattle’s special teams scored 10 points in the first five minutes – more than the entire Cowboys squad would manage in 60 minutes.
A nationwide investigation netted the recovery of six underage victims in the Dallas area who were being used in sex trafficking operations, the FBI said Monday.
On Sunday, Mark Cuban said that he would support Seattle’s efforts to return to the NBA, as long as it does not call for league expansion.
U.S. officials are investigating why a Southwest Airlines jet blew two tires during an aborted takeoff on Tuesday night in Sacramento, California.
Firefighters responded to a Southwest Airlines flight in distress after two tires blew on the runway Tuesday evening, leaving the jet grounded.
Adrian Beltre got the best of former teammate Felix Hernandez, hitting a two-run homer and propelling the Rangers to a 3-0 win over Seattle.